Banks of the Ohio in F [Banjo]

By Bennett Sullivan on Oct 15, 2018

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This version of Banks of the Ohio comes from live recordings of J.D. Crowe and the New South from 1975. This transcription features some tricky moves in open F position and highlights Crowe's ability to navigate a melody in closed position with infrequent use of open strings. The material in this transcription can be used to influence your own playing in the key of F, or as inspiration for playing breaks and backup up-the-neck.

This lesson for Banks of the Ohio was submitted by banjoist Eli Gilbert. Visit his YouTube channel here for more great lessons on classic recordings.

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Chuck Moore

10/26/2018, 18:02 PM

Who is Eli Gilbert

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